Zambia ‘s Lolitha Muzeya has retained her WBC Silver Welterweight belt after beating Malawi ‘s Agnes Mtimaukanena Mwando on Technical Knock-Out (TKO).
Muzeya best known for her quick ness punished Mtimaukanena in the first two rounds using upper punches forcing the referee to stop the fight in the third round.
It was discovered that Mtimaukanena could not continue with the fight forcing the referee to declare Muzeya the winner on TKO.
Speaking to NyasaTimes after the fight, Mtimaukanena could not give clear points as to why she lost the fight.
“Come on, let me go back and watch the video replay. I cannot give you clear reasons as to why I lost. All I can say is that she (Muzeya) is a good and tough boxer,” said Mtimaukanena.
For her part, Muzeya said she felt good to have retained her belt on Zimbabwe soil.
“Am happy to have won this fight. I was really looking forward to it. The best thing for me was to retain my belt on Zimbabwe soil which I regard my second home. I love the fans and everything. She (Mtimaukanena ) was lucky to duck my punches in the first 2 rounds because I really prepared for her,” said Muzeya.
In another WBC Silver welterweight title fight for men, Zimbabwe ‘s Charles Manyuchi beat Colombia ‘s Jose Augustin Feria on TKO. Manyuchi won the fight in the first round.